Wit and wisdom from the great Canadian film director who pioneered the body horror genre and gave the world ‘Videodrome,’ ‘The Fly,’ ‘Crash’ and ‘A History of Violence.’ —David Cronenberg quotes, BFI
“I don’t have a moral plan, I’m a Canadian.” —David Cronenberg
- Videodrome: Forging the New Flesh (2004)
- Here’s six of the horror world’s leading figures dine together: John Carpenter, Roger Corman, Ramsey Campbell, Lisa Tuttle and Pete Atkins. Aired in 1990
- Sick Boy — David Cronenberg
- Cronenberg’s commentary from the CC LaserDisc of ‘Crash’
- Cronenberg’s ‘The Fly’ commentary
- Interview with William S. Burroughs and David Cronenberg
- ‘A History of Violence’ audio commentary
- Cronenberg on Cronenberg
- Cronenberg on filmmaking
- 6 filmmaking tips from David Cronenberg
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We weren’t supposed to take photos of the Cronenberg: Evolution exhibit but I did get some sneaky ones of the Instruments for Operating on Mutant Women!
BLUE (1992) short feature directed by Don McKellar starring David Cronenberg, Tracy Wright, Brad Armstrong, Elizabeth Zorn.
Why am I not surprised?
David Cronenberg on the set of Videodrome (1983)